Confused about the legal requirements for getting married abroad? Need some clarification? Want to understand the requirements in one country versus another? Want to double check you’ve got everything correct?
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When it comes to getting married abroad, for certain countries the legalities can be like walking through a minefield, while for others it’s relatively straight forward. If you have decided to go it alone and deal with the wedding abroad legal requirements yourself it will be reassuring to know that you have “dotted the I’s and crossed the T’s.” Because this is such an important issues, it’s imperative you get it right!
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Note: If you’re planning your own destination wedding but do not feel comfortable arranging the legalities yourself then the perfect option may be a combination between between organising your own wedding and using a wedding planner
Many wedding planners will happily sort out the paperwork to ensure your marriage is legal and charge you a one-off fee for doing this. This will help to ensure you are following the correct procedures and timelines for submitting all the required documentation. It can take away a lot of the stress knowing that you have an expert dealing with the legalities on your behalf.
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Both Caroline & James highly recommend getting the help of a wedding planner to deal with the legal side of things, particularly in countries where the legal requirements are intricate. A wedding planner will know exactly what is needed and ensure that all the documentation is submitted within the relevant time fames.
As Caroline commented, “all that needs to happen is for one piece of paperwork to be incomplete and the wedding can’t take place, so it’s an essential aspect to get right.”